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10 Best Vegetarian Bee Hoon Stalls In Singapore From $2

9th February 2023
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Best vegetarian bee hoon stalls in Singapore


Growing up, vegetarian bee hoon has been a staple in my family everytime the first and fifteenth day of the Chinese lunar months roll around. Fried bee hoon with stir-fried vegetables and deep-fried snacks isn’t the healthiest vegetarian dish around, but at the best vegetarian bee hoon stalls in Singapore, you’ll frequently find lines forming daily, even outside of those special days. 


1. Tanglin Halt Ru Yi Yuan


ru-yi-yuan-vegetarian-bee-hoonImage credit: @tiara_star

After operating in Tanglin Halt Coffee Shop for over 30 years, this popular stall relocated to Margaret Drive Hawker Centre in 2022. Expect to wait in a long queue that can stretch around the corner, but loyal customers of Tanglin Halt Ru Yi Yuan will tell you it’s worth it. After all, their bee hoon ($3.50) is among the best in Singapore. 

Have their soft, lightly peppered noodles with crunchy green chilli or their spicy sambal, and add on your favourite fried snacks like the crowd-favourite popiah ($1) and crispy mock duck cutlets ($2.50) made from beancurd skin. 

Address: 38A Margaret Drive, #02-36, Margaret Drive Hawker Centre, Singapore 142038
Opening hours: Thurs-Tue 6am to 10:30am
Tel: 8814 6818
Website
Tanglin Halt Ru Yi Yuan is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Zhen Ji Vegetarian 


Zhen Ji Vegetarian Bee HoonImage credit: Peter Lin 

Zhen Ji Vegetarian is a bit of a hidden gem in Holland Drive Market and Food Centre. The couple running the stall hasn’t raised their prices in the last 10 years, still selling vegetarian bee hoon for just $2. At that price, you get a generous plate of bee hoon with cabbage, mock meat, and crispy zai-er, AKA mock goose made from beancurd skin. Their crunchy spring rolls and fried vegetable cake both go for just $0.70 a piece too, making this one of the most affordable vegetarian bee hoon stalls around.

Address: 44 Holland Drive, #02-26, Holland Drive Market and Food Centre, Singapore 270044
Opening hours: Daily 6:30am to 2pm
Zhen Ji Vegetarian is not a halal-certified eatery.


3. San Yuan Vegetarian


san yuan vegetarian beehoon
Image credit:
@jt6263

A popular vegetarian stall in Clementi, San Yuan Vegetarian is said to serve light and springy bee hoon in small ($3) and large ($4) portions. They come in preset plates which include stir-fried French beans, fried beancurd, and mock char siew. You can also add on their stewed curry vegetables ($1), or ask to drizzle the rich curry on your beehoon for that extra burst of flavour. 

Address: Block 726 Clementi West Street 2, #01-149, West Coast Market Square, Singapore 120726
Opening hours: Thurs-Tue 7am to 2pm
Tel: 6775 9083
San Yuan Vegetarian is not a halal-certified eatery.


4. Seng Kee Vegetarian Food


seng kee vegetarian bee hoon
Image credit: Peter Lin

People flock to Beo Crescent for the famous nameless curry rice stall, but a stone’s throw away on the same block is Seng Kee Vegetarian, selling plates of white bee hoon daily for the last 15 years. From $3.50 for the smallest portion of bee hoon, you can add on their curry vegetables or zai er, which is served as puffy chunks compared to the usual flat pieces at other stalls.

Address: 40 Beo Crescent, #01-16, Lian Seng Eating House, Singapore 160040
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 7am to 1:30pm (or sold out)
Tel: 6273 0429
Seng Kee Vegetarian Food is not a halal-certified eatery.

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5. Tiew Kian Guan (Zai Xing) A.M. Vegetarian 


zai xing vegetarian bee hoonImage credit: Huimin L 

Looking at the green facade of the kopitiam that Zai Xing Vegetarian is housed in, you might think you’ve time-travelled back to Singapore in the 1980s. For those of us who aren’t that old, but still find the location vaguely familiar, this spot in Tiong Bahru used to house Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice

Bee hoon sets are sold from $4 and served with their house-made chilli. Also, all of their fried foods are fried the moment you place your order, so do get their fried snacks like the fragrant yam-based ngoh hiang and juicy, handmade mushroom rolls. 

Address: 71 Seng Poh Road, #01-49, Singapore 160071
Opening hours: Mon-Wed, Fri-Sat 7am to 1pm.
Tel: 6781 1820
Website
Tiew Kian Guan (Zai Xing) A.M. Vegetarian is not a halal-certified eatery.

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6. Din Shan Vegetarian


din shan vegetarian bee hoonImage credit: JoAnne

Fun fact: vegetarian char siew is made from seitan, a mock meat discovered by Chinese monks over 1,500 years ago. Din Shan Vegetarian isn’t quite that old, but you’d know from the taste of their vegetarian char siew that these hawkers have been honing their cooking skills for many, many years. Their bee hoon set starts from $3 and includes white bee hoon, stir fried cabbage, long beans, zai er, mock intestines, and sweet, smoky char siew full of wok hei.  

Address: 30 Seng Poh Road, #02-14,Tiong Bahru Food Centre, Singapore 168898
Opening hours: Thurs, Sat-Sun 6:30am to 1pm
Tel: 9800 0431
Din Shan Vegetarian is not a halal-certified eatery.


7. Vegetarian Delight


Vegetarian delight bee hoonImage credit: @a.happysoul_5

The two friendly sisters running Vegetarian Delight are second-generation hawkers carrying on this 30-year-old stall’s reputation of selling affordable and delicious food in Bukit Merah. Their white bee hoon comes in small ($2.50), regular ($3.50), and large ($4) portions that you can pair with add-ons (from $0.50), including fried beancurd skin. For a hot and tangy kick to your dish, spice your plate up with their house-made red and green chilli dips.

Address: 36 Telok Blangah Rise, #01-44, Telok Blangah Rise Market and Food Centre, Singapore 090036
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 7am to 1pm
Tel: 9339 9598
Website
Vegetarian Delight is not a halal-certified eatery.


8. Hup Seng Heng Vegetarian


hup-seng-heng vegetarian beehoonImage credit: Vicky Chen

Hup Seng Heng also operates as a zi char stall, which explains the wide range of tasty vegetarian dishes they have available. There’s your classic zi char dishes such as sweet and sour pork, but also more unusual items including vegetarian butter frog leg.

The standout dish at this 25-year old stall is their vegetarian fish bee hoon soup ($3.50), though their simple vegetarian bee hoon ($3.50) is nothing to scoff at either. Here, you get a greater selection of sides than your typical bee hoon stall, including bittergourd, braised eggplants and other vegetarian zi char fare.

Address: 726 Clementi West Street 2, #01-195, West Coast Market Square, Singapore 120726
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 9pm
Tel: 9770 9959
Hup Seng Heng Vegetarian is not a halal-certified eatery.


9. Su Yuan Vegetarian


Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre - Su Yuan Vegetarian

Run by an elderly couple, Su Yuan Vegetarian has been around for a long time. They’re  a stall we recommend trying if you’re ever in Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre. Their small bee hoon starts at $3.50, with spring rolls and freshly fried zai er priced at $1 each. Other sides, including black fungus, mock pig’s ear, and tofu can be added for $0.50 a serve. Finish off by asking for their hot mushroom gravy or curry to be drizzled on top. 

Address: 11 Telok Blangah Crescent, #01-113, Telok Blangah Crescent Market and Food Centre, Singapore 090011
Opening hours: Mon-Wed, Fri-Sat 7am to 2pm.
Su Yuan Vegetarian is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. Zhen Xiang Vegetarian


zhen xiang vegetarian beehoonImage credit: Joanne Tay

With efficient service and tasty zi char dishes, Zhen Xiang Vegetarian is a popular stall for vegetarian food in Woodlands that has been around since 1997. The economic bee hoon ($2.50) is said to have notable wok hei, and they’ve got a colourful array of sides on display. They also have daily specials such as fish head beehoon ($3.50) and the crowd favourite laksa ($3) on Wednesdays. 

Address: Block 325 Woodlands Street 32, #01-131, Coffee United, Singapore 730325
Opening hours: Mon 6:30am to 1:30pm, Wed-Sun 6:30am to 2pm, 5pm to 8pm
Tel: 9821 7727
Website
Zhen Xiang Vegetarian is not a halal-certified eatery.


Where to find the best vegetarian bee hoon in Singapore


For more vegetarian eats, check out our list of the best vegetarian food in Singapore. If you love cheap, delicious bee hoon but prefer the non-vegetarian sort, there’s also our list of economic bee hoon spots around Singapore to eat at.

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Cover image adapted from @tiara_star, @singaporeanintaipei, @a.happysoul_5

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